Off peak hours for electricity are times when demand is lower, resulting in cheaper rates. Generally, these hours are late night to early morning, commonly from 10 PM to 6 AM, and sometimes midday from 10 AM to 4 PM. Weekends and holidays may have different off-peak hours, often including the entire day. Seasonal changes can also affect off-peak times, like during high air conditioning use in summer. Check with your local utility provider for specific off-peak hours in your area. Using high-energy appliances during these times can help reduce your electricity bill.